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#146 – A Random Walk Down Wall Street With Burton Malkiel

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In this episode of Retire Sooner, Wes is joined by renowned economist and author of the highly influential book on investing, “A Random Walk Down Wall Street,” Burton Malkiel. They dive deep into investing insights for yourself and your family’s future and discuss various investment types. In addition, Wes and Burton address multiple ways to handle emotions and expectations during market volatility and how there’s no one rule for how retirees should organize their finances.

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